Philippines and Aussies Conduct Maritime Surveillance in P3


07/12/2014: A key part of the evolving exercise regime in the Pacific is allies working with allies  In this case, Philippine Airmen with 302nd Air Intelligence Squadron, 300th Air Intelligence Security group and Royal Australian Air Force members with 11th squadron, No. 92 Wing, stationed at RAAF base Edinburg, Australia, conduct maritme surveillance in an AP-3C Orion at the Sulu Sea, Republic of the Philippines, during Balikatan, May 14, 2014.

 Balikatan is an annual bilateral training evolution that helps maintain a high level of interoperability and enhances military-to-military relations and combined combat capabilities.

Credit:Marine Forces Pacific Combat Camera:5/14/14